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A lists of FAQs about quantum computing including information on quantum computers, entanglement and cryptography.
Hans Reichenbach (1891 - 1953) wrote on quantum mechanics, time, induction, probability and the philosophy of science.
The story of the blackbody radiation and the ultraviolet catastrophe which eventually led to quantum mechanics.
This applet models resonance and interference effects as waves pass through various layers. There are two modes: Electromagnetic, which models the transmission of light through multi-layer films, and ...
Paul Dirac is regarded as one of the founders of quantum mechanics. Read more about him on this BBC site.
Oskar Klein (1894 - 1977) was a theoretical physicist whose work contributed to the fields of atomic and molecular physics, quantum mechanics, superconductivity and biochemistry.
Popular physics author Brian Clegg explains the basics of quantum entanglement and its applications for quantum computers and teleportation.
A comprehensive guide to quantum entanglement and its implications for quantum computing, teleportation and cryptography.
Werner Karl Heisenberg (1901 - 1976) name will always be associated with his theory of quantum mechanics (published in 1915, when only 13 years old) and his uncertainty principle.
Erwin Schrödinger's joke about quantum mechanics has now become engrained into popular culture. This article explains the science behind the paradox.
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